A mountain road at golden hour

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    My new 35mm f/1.4 mkI at Glendora Mountain Road, CA. I made two versions, one is more moody, the other more real. Which do you prefer?

    [​IMG]Glendora Mountain Road by JMG, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Glendora Mountain Road Sunrise by JMG, on Flickr


     
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    Nice shot!

    I like the first much better.
     
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    Yup, First. I like the greens.
     
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    I think the "moody" one works better for me.
     
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    I could see myself liking one over the other depending on my mood.

    I know its a small detail, but I would clone out the airplane streak in the sky. To me I want to only be engulfed in the scene and the streak catches my eye.

    Also, is there anyway to bring back any details in the blown out area of the sky?
     
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    Yeah, I should have taken the time to close out the contrail. And no, unfortunately this shot was taken in haste and I didn't expose for the sky.
     

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